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The Portfolio ---------------
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2021
Product Design for a Multi-Payment Platform
2
2020
UX & UI Design for a National Homebuilding Company
3
2019
UX Design & Code for an Assignment Photography Site
4
2018
Code & Art Direction for a Multi-Regional Real Estate Firm
5
2017
Product Design for a Visual Marketing Calendar
6
2016
Design & Code for a National Youth Leadership Organization
7
2016
Art Direction, Interface Design for an American Car Maker
8
2015
Product Design for a Multi-national Consumer Goods Co.
9
2015
Responsive Design for a Drive-thru Quick-lube Chain
10
2015
Responsive Design for a D2C Solar Company
11
2014
UX + UI Design for a Basketball Stats App designed for iOS

My last name is Verhine, pronounced like wolverine.

Hi, I'm JJ.

I'm a Designer/Developer Hybrid positioned at the intersection of UX Research, Interface Design, Interactive Prototyping, and Front-end Development.

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Boys & Girls Clubs of America
Boys & Girls Clubs of America
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Headquartered in
Atlanta, Ga.
Completed
2016
My role on this project
UX, UI, and WordPress Development
UX, Interface
Design & Code
Los Angeles,
California
A place where teens can learn to develop their own voice
The Boys & Girls Clubs of America have been experiencing a reduction in teen participation over the years. Over the last year, they've made a sustained effort to engage these at-risk teens. This is in furtherance of that effort.
Design & Code for a National Youth Leadership Organization

From Wireframes to Finished Product

I decided pretty early on that the best way to segment the content was to use two separate navigations, not only establishing a reference point for the domain name, but also creating a clear distinction between life at the club, and life outside of the club.

The goal was to then cross-pollinate the content using similar and relevant links.
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Mobile Adaptation

As a platform for sharing stories, MyClubMyLife.com was poised to create an experience that would excite teens at the prospect of seeing their work published, since neither writing nor sharing writing comes naturally for them at that age.
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Illustrations

Artwork Challenge

Another way of engaging teens, especially those who might still not feel comfortable writing, was the concept of recreating the club logo using the materials around them. I felt that this would create a fun challenge with a long shelf life, so I created a spot for those pieces to cycle on the homepage.
I was responsible for everything
from conception to completion.
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